Christian Ethics

CE 411 Christian Ethics (Fall 2014)
A survey is made of the principles of Christian behavior as outlined in the Old and New Testaments, in church history, and in contemporary Christianity. The purpose of the course is to acquaint students with biblical guidelines in Christian conduct.

CE 611 Selected Topics in Christian Ethics (Fall 2014)
From a Christian worldview perspective, this course treats current issues in moral philosophy within the purview of deontology, teleology, and utilitarian laws. Topics of special interest addressed in the course include: death, definition and the criteria for measuring; abortion; euthanasia; genetics; and others of contemporary significance.